ISLAMABAD Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that no political party was involved in the target killings in Karachi. While speaking to the media outside the Parliament, the Interior Minister said many suspects accused of target killings have been arrested and action would be taken against the perpetrators and street crimes. He also stated that India has provided Pakistan with the Samjotha Express report and the media would be briefed on the report soon. Malik urged the US-led coalition forces to stop entry of militants and weapons into Pakistan from Afghanistan. Speaking on floor of the National Assembly, Malik said that Pakistan would continue to fight till the elimination of last militant. He said that allied forces are watching every movement of militants through satellite. Why dont they stop militants from entering Pakistan, he pondered. I have stopped using word 'Taliban. They are rebels, traitors, and anti-Islam, he said. Pakistan is facing a big conspiracy, he said, adding that efforts are being made to instigate Barelvi-Deoband and Shia-Sunni riots in the country. Malik further claimed that law and order had been controlled in an efficient manner during the last three years. He added two large scanners have been installed in the capital city of Islamabad to stop entry of terrorists. Malik said several terrorists have been arrested on the basis of intelligence agencies information and country has been saved this way. We should pay tribute to these agencies and not criticise them. Terrorism is a national issue and no province wants that terror acts take place within its territory. The whole nation is united against terrorism, he held. Prime Minister curtailed his budget and provided funds to law enforcement agencies, he said adding that war against terrorism has become now a guerilla war. Terrorists wanted to destroy Pakistan but they would not be allowed to succeed, he vowed. To a question, he said no one should play politics over the issue of terrorism. I request the House to stop calling militants as Taliban because Taliban means one who acquires knowledge, he said. Interior Minister said that 7,194 persons lost their lives and 19,895 were injured in acts of terrorism in the last three years in different parts of the country. In a written reply to a question in the National Assembly, Malik said of them 860 were killed in Punjab, 148 in Sindh, 2,326 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 1,072 in Balochistan, 21 in Azad Kashmir and 40 in Gilgit-Baltistan. Malik told the House that Interior Ministry has sought a detailed investigation report from FC regarding attacks on passenger vehicles on Parachinar road in Khurram Agency. Responding to a calling attention notice moved by Noorul Haq Qadri, Hameed Ullah Jan Afridi and Zafar Baig Bhithani regarding incidents of firing by terrorists on passengers vehicle on Parachinar road, Malik said the government was taking all measures to ensure safe traveling on this road. He told the House that the road was opened after two years under an agreement between the two local tribes belonging to various sects and alleged that Taliban were trying to sabotage that agreement by such activities. He said the ministry was planning to keep this road close for night traveling. He said he would also hold meeting with Fata parliamentarians and local elders to prepare a comprehensive strategy to ensure security to the people traveling on the road. The government has started helicopter service from Parachinar to Islamabad to facilitate the people while we are also planning to extend the Parachinar Airport for the landing of large planes, Interior Minister told the House. Earlier, Noorul Haq Qadri, Farah Naz Isfahani and Zafar Baig Bhithani urged the government that permanent solution of the issue should be found as people of the area were facing immense hardships and they were compelled to use Afghanistan route to come to Peshawar. Responding to another calling attention notice by Shakir Bashir Awan and others, Minister for Water and Power Syed Naveed Qamar informed the House that water was at dead level in Tarbela Dam due to low inflow in the rivers and delay in melting of snow. H said that 11 production units were closed at Tarbela due to low inflow water. Later, speaking on a point of order, Nawab Yusuf Talpur said that DCO Umerkot has registered a fake case of attempt of murder against his son Taimoor Talpur. He said an inquiry should be conducted through a high court judge into the matter. He said it is serious allegation against his son who is also a member of Sindh Assembly. Meanwhile, Interior Minister Rehman Malik said he would submit inquiry report into the matter in the House on Monday while MNA Raza Hayat Hiraj urged the chair to put up the matter in the privilege committee. Minister for Power informed the House that water was at dead level in Tarbela Dam due to low inflow in the rivers and delay in melting of snow.